God suddenly placed Maxine Waters on my heart recently.

The reason I launched this site was in response to the Lord suddenly placing influencers (celebrities, politicians, musicians, etc.) on my heart to contend for in intercession.

Often I don’t know much about the individual. They don’t tend to always be people I follow closely. They may not be obvious targets for prayer or the most prevalent people in society, but the call to intercede is still weighty and critical.

The other night God simply told me to press through in prayer for Maxine Waters. I did and now I want to invite you to add your prayer below. Type it out or record a 30 second audio prayer. I think recording your voice is powerful and others who visit this site will have the opportunity to agree with you. That being said, text is great if that’s what you are most comfortable with.

PRAYER:

God, I am contending for the heart and soul of Maxine Waters. Move in her life. Reveal the supernatural, indescribable joy of the Lord to her. I pray the shock and awe of your love and glory overwhelm her. 

I’m asking that you meet her exactly where she needs you, the way she needs you. Only you, Holy Spirit, know how to reach her like that. I also pray that the others who are praying with me would feel the strength of their agreement and that Maxine would be reached more easily and powerfully because of them.

Awaken the intercessors! Unite the contenders! It’s time for a movement of prayer to flood this nation and for people like Maxine Waters to become undone as the presence of God overtakes them! 

Amen!

Now it’s your turn. Contend in positive, life-giving intercession for Maxine below!

Photo credit: “Maxine Waters” by mark6mauno is licensed under CC BY 2.0

About Maxine Waters (Wikipedia):

Maxine Moore Waters (née Carr, August 15, 1938) is an American politician serving as the U.S. Representative for California’s 43rd congressional district since 1991. The district, numbered as the 29th district from 1991 to 1993 and as the 35th district from 1993 to 2013, includes much of southern Los Angeles, as well as portions of GardenaInglewood and Torrance.

A member of the Democratic Party, Waters is currently in her 15th term in the House. She is the most senior of the twelve black women currently serving in Congress, and she chaired the Congressional Black Caucus from 1997 to 1999.[1] She is the second most senior member of the California congressional delegation after Nancy Pelosi. She is currently the chairwoman of the House Financial Services Committee.

Before becoming a U.S. Representative, Waters served in the California State Assembly, to which she was first elected in 1976. As an assemblywoman, she advocated divestment from South Africa‘s apartheid regime. In Congress, she has been an outspoken opponent of the Iraq War and has sharply criticized Republican Presidents George H. W. BushGeorge W. Bush, and Donald Trump,[2] as well as Democratic President Barack Obama.[3]

Waters was included in Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People of 2018.[4]